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year old girl.fifty nine people were hospitalized, 60 had less serious injuries. everyone just went crazy, screaming and trying to get out a lot of children with blood all over them, crying and screaming. "people were climbing all over each other. i lost a friend at the time who i was with and i got really, really, really worried, because everybody was in such a rush to leave, to get themselves out and safe." many parents had no idea if their children were killed or injured. " i want her home. i need her home. she's my baby.voice of charlotte campbell / mother: "i don't know how people can do this to innocent children." i can confirm that the man suspected of carrying out last night's atrocity has been named as 22-year-old salman abedipolice have not released a picture.he is the son of libyan immigrants. neighbors describe him as a devout jihadist who had begun praying loudly in the street outside his home.isis quickly claimed responsibility but it is not clear whether the bomber was acting under orders.this is britain's worst terror attack
since the london underground and bus bombings in 2005.the prime minister says raising the terror alert to its highest level will have an immediate effect.this means that armed peace officers responsible for guarding key sites will be replaced by members of the armed forces. (catherine) the prime minister says that at some sporting events and concerts....police willnow be reinforced by armed soldiers. grant and vicki? (vicki) after last night's attack during her concert - ariana grande tweeted saying: "broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so sorry. i don't have words." the pop singer also announcing she is suspending her tour for the time being. she was scheduled to perform in london tomorrow night. (grant) with isis claiming responsibility for last night's terror attack... cities all around the world are beefing up security. as are airports kron four's dan kerman joins us live in san francisco international
airport... and dan... you've been talking to people heading back home to the u.k. what are their thoughts tonight sfo on manchester attacks 052317at sfo tuesday, virgin atlantic and british airways were heading to england like any other day, but for uk residents heading home, the attack in manchester made this travel day more difficultsot some travlers said they would't be flying today but some had no other choice.sot still uk residents say this attack won't stop them from going about their daily business.sotsot
sotsotbusiness.their daily going about them from won't stop them from going about their daily business.sotsot (grant) while he's overseas...president trump is responding to last night's attack. the president calling terrorists 'evil losers'. hear what else the president had to say....in a live report from washington - coming up at 5:30. (grant) our coverage of the carnage in manchester continues online at kron four dot com. also, be sure to
also download the kron4 mobile app - we will send an alert to your phone when news breaks. (vicki) and another big story we are tracking tonight... the wife of an alameda sheriffs deputy... who is facing charges... for the death of a 3-year-old boy - entered a plea in court today. cameras were allowed in court for the hearing, but as kron four's terisa estacio reports, yarenit malihan seemed to do all she could to make sure no one could see or hear her. (terisa estacio reporting) 41 year old yarenit malihan - the east bay mom and wife of an alameda county sheriff's deputy now in custody made her first appearance in a contra costa county courthouse tuesday after surrending monday charged in this dui crash where 3 year old elijah dunn was killed. alison chandler. "good morning ms. malihan, you need to come to the window so i can see you." that is contra costa deputy district attorney alison chandler instructing malihan to show herself during the arraignment. cameras were allowed in the courtroom for this hearing, but the entire time, malihan hid behind wall and behind her defense attorney joshua olander.
chandler. "do you understand both of these rights?" a snapshot did capture this image of malihan wearing glasses peaking out from a glass partition. she entered a not guilty plea in the case where her suv crashed into elijah's mothers car stalled out on 680 last fall. judge. "bail is set at 3 million dollars." malihan remains in custody on a 3 million dollar bail set by the judge last friday when an arrest warrant was issued in the dui crash. in court documents, obtained by kron four news, prosecutors had harsh words for the mother calling her quote " major risk of public safety." in this last year, yarenit has been arrested 3 times for being intoxicated. last june, her own children called 911 after she picked up one of them intoxicated. then in september, the fatal dui accident of 3 year old elijah on 680. and then most recently on may 12, she was discovered in a ditch in pleasanton at this intersection. her blood level nearly 3 times the legal limit. at the time, she reportedly told the arresting officer she planned to pick up her children from school and drive them home. kron four has learned, malihan's license
was suspended then revoked in december of 2016. terisa estacio, reporting. yarenit malihan is facing 2 counts gross vehicular manslaughter and dui causing injury. if convicted she could be facing 11 years in prison. she will be back in court on june 15 where a preliminary hearing for trial could be set. in contra costa county, te kron four news (vicki) police in san francisco have made an arrest after a bomb threat forced the evacuation of a school. 22 year-old pablo munoz was arrested on two counts of felony threats and two counts of misdemeanor false reporting of a bomb. he was working as an assistant teacher leport montessori school on fell street. police received the bomb threats on two separate occasions. after
a sweep of the school, no bombs were found. classes have since resumed. (grant) the closing arguments began today in the trial of three santa clara county correctional officers charged with beating a mentally ill inmate to death. jereh lubrin, rafael rodriguez and matthew farris allegedly beat michael tyree august of 20-15. tyree was found dead in his cell with a ruptured spleen the morning after. the defense claims his death was a suicide... suggesting tyree jumped into the sink in his cell rupturing his organs. the defendants are also facing charges of beating a second mentally ill inmate the same night. if convicted-- all three defendants could face life in prison. (vicki) staying in the south bay... the sentencing phase continues for the man convicted of killing sierra lamar. his childhood home had holes in the walls, lacked proper plumbing and was infested with rats, inside and out.(grant) these sad stories included in testimony heard by the jury
today... as it considers whether antolin garcia-torres should be put to death for his crimes. kron four's rob fladeboe reports from the courthouse. a sister, an uncle, a cousin and a neighbor took the stand tuesday as the defense painted for the jury a sympathetic picture of the 26 year old antolin garcia torres, shown here in a recentcourt appearance, before he was convicted in the murder of sierra lamar. his sister testifying about being molested by their alcoholic father, who is now in prison. the uncle telling about finding antolin and his sisters left home alone. the cousin told about his being teased about his shabby clothes at school. there was also testimony about the family home which was infested with rats.steven clark/legal analyst" the defense is continuing down the path of suggesting mr garcia torres had a horrible childhood, he was exposed to domestic violence, he was exposed to the incestuous relationship between his father and sister and under these circumstances no child could grow up
unscarred and they are saying this is something the jury has to consider when it makes a decision.."two of his morgan hill neighbors said garcia torres was never violent and always respectful. there was also testimony that he was very protective of his mother and sisters and that he loves animals.rob fladeboe/san jose" jurors also heard numerous references to garcia torres being a doting father to his oldest daughter and how his youngest daughter was born after he was arrested and jailed in the murder of sierra lamar. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news (grant) an iconic california highway - now buried underneath a massive mudslide... as the fallout from our rainy winter continues... how deep the mud is...and why it's impossible to know when this part of highway one will re-open.(vicki) then,
it was another sweep for the golden state warriors - as they now advance to the nba finals. sports director gary radnich joins us on set - with a look at the warriors next potential match up. (grant) and next, police in the east bay - are investigating a possible attempted luring case. who police are looking for. (brittney) i'm chief meteorologist brittney shipp, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
on september 9, 2010, pg&e learned a tragic lesson we can never forget. this gas pipeline ruptured in san bruno. the explosion and fire killed eight people. pg&e was convicted of six felony charges including five violations of the u.s. pipeline safety act and obstructing an ntsb investigation. pg&e was fined, placed under an outside monitor, given five years of probation, and required to perform 10,000 hours of community service. we are deeply sorry. we failed our customers in san bruno. while an apology alone will never be enough, actions can make pg&e safer. and that's why we've replaced hundreds of miles of gas pipeline, adopted new leak detection technology that is one-thousand times more sensitive, and built a state-of-the-art gas operations center.
is currently being investigated in oakley... (vicki) kron four's philippe djegal reports... over the weekend, police say an alert 11-year-old boy may have saved his sister and himself from being taken away by a stranger.. (philippe) an 11-year-old boy and his younger sister frightened late saturday morning...derek cole/neighbor- "you hear a lot of stories like this and its um, its just scary nowadays -- very scary." oakley police sergeant robert roberts says there were plenty of witnesses at oakley elementary school that day. while east county little league games were being played on the baseball diamond... roberts says a man drove through the parking lot and up to the playground -- where the young boy and his sister were on the swings.sgt. robert roberts/oakley police dept.- "an adult male -- hispanic male, uh, ended up asking one of the kids if he wanted to go for a ride." that's when sergeant roberts says the boy grabbed his sister, and ran to their parents who then called police. the man drove off -- never getting out of his car. derek cole lives across the street and has a 12-year-old son.derek cole/neighbor- "you know, i kind of tell my son, if you've got that gut instinct, go with it and main thing, just get away and try to find an adult."
no matter the man's intensions... police say the boy acted appropriately. by protecting his sister and then contacting an adult immediately.sgt. robert roberts/oakley police dept.- "(philippe) is it clear a crime was committed here? (sgt.) at this point, we're not sure yet. it's possible it's a misunderstanding, but no matter what, the child did exactly what children are supossed to do, what they're trained to do by their parents and teachers is, he grabbed his sister and he went to the staff and reported immediately and we start our investigation. so, kudos to the child for doing the right thing." sergeant roberts says he is only releasing vague details about the person of interest and the car he was driving, because investigators have a good idea of who he is... and, are working on getting his side of the story. in oakley, philippe djegal, kron four news. (vicki) an employee was shot during a robbery at a restaurant in san leandro early this morning. it happened at sams best burger just before 3am.... on east 14th street.. police say an armed man wearing a ski
mask robbed the restaurant.... then after he got the cash he shot one of the employees twice in the leg... it just so happens that a police officer was parked about a block away and heard commotion... when he got there the gunman had run off. police say this is an odd case because the gunman had already taken the money and still shot the employee. police never found the gunman but they do believe he left the area.as for the victim, he is expected to recover. (grant) in monterey county... a massive landslide has covered roughly 15-hundred feet of highway 1 in the big sur area. that section of the highway is now
under more than one-million tons of rock and dirt. five smaller landslides combined to make this massive landslide saturday evening. the portion of the slide covering highway 1 is estimated to be 35 to 40 feet deep. caltrans officials say they have to wait for the area to become more stable before they can assess the damage. there is no word on when the highway will re-open. state officals are now estimating the damage from this winter's storms has topped one-billion dollars for the first time in california history. (anchor) time now (anchor) (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with
chief meterologist brittney shipp. .low clouds continue to hug the coast this afternoon with mostly sunny skies inland. with this, the warmest temperatures persist over inland areas while cooler temperatures (generally in the upper 50s to lower 60s) are common at the coast. this trend will likely persist into tomorrow, with low clouds spreading inland this evening and into the overnight hours with a marine layer of around 1500 feet in place. however, as the ridge aloft weakens and onshore flow increases, inland locations will see the gradual cooling trend continue into wednesday. with the deepening marine layer, cannot rule out patchy coastal drizzle/mist during the late night and
n-b-a finals for a third year in a row. the dubs swept the spurs, winning last night 129 to 115 in san antonio to win the western conference.(grant) they also become the first team in n-b-a history to start the postseason 12 and 0. for more now on what lies a head for the team - we turn to sports director gary radnich.
[ announcer ] cigarettes are not just dangerous when they're smoked. [ rat squeaking ] they're dangerous long after. cigarette butts are toxic. they release chemicals that poison our water... and harm wildlife. and millions... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ] (vicki) a head's up for those flying into or out of s-f-o this weekend. it might almost be summer, but airport officials are telling
travelers to brace for winter like delays and cancellations over the holiday. that's because the airport is closing one of it's two main runways due to a paving project that has been underway since the spring. they were originally not scheduled to do the runway work this memorial day weekend because it's such a popular travel time. but rain and windy conditions forced them to postpone two other previously scheduled weekend closures which could have delayed the project into the even busier summer flying season. (doug yakel, sfo spokesperson) "airlines really increase their flight schedules beginning in the first and second week of june so meeting with the airlines and the faa the option was to either include memorial day weekend in the plan or go deeper into the month of june. we are each preceding week gets busier with more flights. it was kind of a lesser of two evils in terms of which option we had to select" the runway will close friday night at 10 pm and reopen monday morning. on previous weekend runway closures, as many as 100
flights a day were cancelled. travelers can also expect delays of 30 to 90 minutes. they are advising people to double check their flight status with their carriers. (grant) police in danville have made an arrest after they say a woman with a fake beard...robbed a bank this morning. 36 year old jennifer mc-clary was arrested this afternoon. officers have released these surveillance photos from the robbery. the crime happened at the bank of the west on diablo road just after 9 this morning. officers say mcclary handed the teller a note demanding money...she got what she could...then ran away. police say she had a beard painted on her face during the time of the robbery. mcclary has been charged with robbery and possession of a controlled substance. (vicki) coming up, president trump meeting with the pope in vatican city today. however, its the deadly manchester attack casting a shadow over the day... hear from the president - after the break.
kristen holmes joins is live from washington with the latest, hi kristen... president donald trump: "i will call them from now on losers because that's what they are.they're losers. president trump responding to news of monday night's deadly terror attack in england -- a suicide bomber killing at least 22 -- including children -- outside a concert in
manchester. president donald trump: the terrorists and extremists, and those who give them aid and comfort, must be driven out from our society forever."before leaving the west bank for rome to meet with pope francis. but back at home-- a dark cloud hovering over the president's trip. sources saying president trump "personally" asked "two" top intelligence officials to publicly deny any possible evidence of collusion between his campaign and russia --after the fbi investigation became public. director of national intelligence dan coats -- allegedly one of those officials -- declining to comment on capitol hill. dan coats/director of national intelligence: any political shaping of that presentation or intelligence would not be appropriate. i have made my position clear on that to the administration the white house saying it"does not confirm or deny unsubstantiated claims based on illegal leaks from anonymous individuals."this news coming as president trump continuing to deny accusations he shared classified information with russian officials.on capitol hill,
former cia director john brennan weighing in.john brennan/ former cia director:if the reports in the press are true that mr. trump decided to spontaneously share some intelligence with the russians, i think he would have basically violated two protocols. (grant) a flood watch is in effect for parts of lake tahoe and the sierra... high temperatures this month have intensified this season's snow-melt, making streams in the sierra faster and higher. the truckee river in south
lake tahoe went over its banks yesterday. people along streams in the sierra are asked to use extra caution around the water. the flood watch is in effect through tomorrow night. .low clouds continue to hug the coast this afternoon with mostly sunny skies inland. with this, the warmest temperatures persist over inland areas while cooler temperatures (generally in the upper 50s to lower 60s) are common at the coast. this trend will likely persist into tomorrow, with low clouds spreading inland this evening and into the overnight hours with a marine layer of around 1500 feet in place. however, as the ridge aloft weakens and onshore flow increases, inland locations will see the gradual cooling trend continue into wednesday. with the deepening marine layer, cannot rule out
patchy coastal drizzle/mist during the late night and early morning. however, measurable precipitation is highly unlikely. (vicki) a tanker truck full of gasoline overturned and exploded in northern california, killing the driver. it happened on the off- ramp of a highway in merced county. and as you can see, there wasn't much left after the blast and fire. according to fire officials - the tanker was carrying about nine-thousand gallons of gas
it was delivering to a gas station. there's no word yet on what caused the crash and fire. (grant) still ahead... roger moore, the longest- serving movie star to play the iconic britsh spy - james bond - has died. a look back at his carrer. (vicki) and next, a group of bra bandits who targeted several bay area victoria secret stores - are now behind bars. how police were able to track down the suspects. (grant) on wallstreet... u.s. stocks rose for the fourth day in a row today as they continued to recover the ground they lost last week. the dow edged up a little more than 43 points. the nasdaq rose a 5 points. and the s&p - added 4.
(grant)a group of east bay women have been arrested after police say they robbed a capitola victoria's secret store.officers say the women have targeted the store several times. police say they stashed bras and underwear in bags lined with foil so door detectors would not go off. yesterday their get away car was spotted and chased by police. the suspects made it all the way to santa cruz before being stopped. two teenage girls and two women were arrested and taken into custody. their names have not been released. (grant)target has reached a
settlement after a massive data breach in 2013. 47 states have reached an nearly 19 million dollar settlement with the company...califonria is among the states to get money...the golden state actually gets the most money...pne-point-four million. but target customers will not see a dime. that money will be used to better enforce cunsumer protection laws. this is the largest multistate data breach settlement in history.the breach affected more than 41 million customers. the settlement requires target to take extra security steps. (vicki) sunnyvale fire officials are working determine what caused a fire at a commercial building that destroyed two suites in the building. (grant) that fire - broke out around 3:30 in the area of lakeside driver near the highway 101.. kron four's will tran reports now from the scene. the quiet night ended around
325 in the morning when loud noises could be heard coming from one of the suites at the strip mall(faris tarazi/witness-i heard a pop. didn't think much of it. looked around and didn't see nothing and another driver was pulling out. and then there was a second pop and flames came out of that computer place right there. went up to the ceiling and it looked like the fire was out. the fire department came out and i guess when they opened the door i guess the air just lit it up)the sunnyvale fire department threw multiple trucks at the firestill.... it took them close to an hour to knock down the flamesthe sunnyvale fire department are still working on what may caused the fire but they believe it may have started in a corner business suite (battalion chief greg anderson/sunnyvale fire-when our first apparatus arrived they saw suite number 3 fully charged with smoke. we attempted to make entry but the smoke was just too thick so we pulled our crew out and made some vertical ventilation in the roof. we attempted to make entry again but by then the flames were shooting through the roof so we switched to a defensive operation)the smoke and heat forced firefighters to
evacuate anyone that might have been working at the nearby businesses including farris tarrazi at a limousine business a few doors down (farris tarazi/witness -they told me to lock up and get out. they didn't want me around)firefighters battled hotspots throughout the morning.most of the strip mall didn't suffer a lot of damage. two suites had water and smoke damage but the flames never reach most businesses.(will tran stand up-fire investigators say it will take weeks to find out what caused the fire. but early on they say... .nothing jumps out as suspiciousin sunnyale, will tran k4 news) (vicki)in southern california. . . .crews contain a wildfire that forced hundreds of people out of there homes.the brush fire started over the weekend in a rural area of san diego county.hundreds of people were evacuated after flames spread
rapidly in the dry, hot conditions.officials say it's 100-percent contained after scorching nearly two-thousand acres.no injuries - reported. investigators are looking to social media for clues into what caused the blaze. (grant) still ahead, it was one of president trump's key campaign promises -- a wall between the u-s and mexico.. tonight -- we take you to the edge of california -- and show you the rarely seen border barrier ... already in place.
t t the trump administration is proposing to dramatically change how the federal government spends your money. pam moore is in the newsroom with what's coming up on kron 4 news at six. (pam) vicki... president trump has sent his first budget plan to congress... the 4 -point -1 trillion dollar plan is a departure from what we have seen over the past few years. the trump budget calls for major changes to social and welfare programs. but it is not all spending cuts. tonight we will look at some of the presidents' proposals... and get reaction from capitol hill.
we will have that story and much more on kron 4 news at six. vicki back to you. (grant) also included in president trump's new budget proposal - it includes millions of dollars to build a wall between the united states and mexico... right now, the government is reviewing bids from companies that want to build the structure that will be as tall as 30 feet in some spots.(vicki) but -- a barrier along the border is already in place. reporter joe moeller takes us to the edge of san diego. where this fence starts in the calm pacific ocean....is where the political turbulence begins...this dividing line separates the united states from mexico...this place is not seen by most americans.... and most don't know what really goes on here....this
stretches 48 miles....it ends where the otay mountain range begins.... this location is miles from any u.s. city,...the left is tijuana mexico...you can easily see the life below....dirt roads, traffic, and the people coming and going from unfinished hillside homes. . during our 20 minutes here...a man with a backpack in hand...came out of the hills and approached us...he stopped...then went west along the fence...he may have been trying to cross....people who cross sometimes get lost in the searing desert wasteland...some dying from dehydration or the cold... < terence shigg, national border patrol council: "we have been saying for years what we thought we needed.">the border patrol's union came out in support of president donald trump...his most controversial and fiercely opposed proposal, the construction of the wall... the current infrastructure has
lights, technology, and agents...but they say they need more. but even with these current (grant) our report from the border continues tonight at 10 we are headed to calexico and mexicali - where the border is a geographic line between twin cities which have more in common, than you might think. (anchor) time now to check on our weather...
with chief meterologist brittney shipp. .low clouds continue to hug the coast this afternoon with mostly sunny skies inland. with this, the warmest temperatures persist over inland areas while cooler temperatures (generally in the upper 50s to lower 60s) are common at the coast. this trend will likely persist into tomorrow, with low clouds spreading inland this evening and into the overnight hours with a marine layer of around 1500 feet in place. however, as the ridge aloft weakens and onshore flow increases, inland locations will see the gradual cooling trend continue into wednesday. with the deepening marine layer, cannot rule out patchy coastal drizzle/mist
during the late night and early morning. however, measurable precipitation is highly unlikely. (vicki) up next, the man most known for his role as double-oh-seven ... has passed away. a look back at roger moore's career. (grant) actor roger moore, who played secret agent james bond, has died.(vicki) his family says moore passed away after a short battle with cancer. from our partners at cnn sara sidner looks back on his life and legacy ... before he was bond, sir roger moore was just plain old roger - the only child of a policeman and homemaker mother -- growing up in south london. before he was
actor roger moore, who played secret agent james bond, has died.(vicki) his family says moore passed away after a short battle with cancer. from our partners at cnn sara sidner looks back on his life and legacy ... before he was bond, sir roger moore was just plain old roger - the only child of a policeman and homemaker mother -- growing up in south london. roger moore:"if it hadn't been for them, i couldn't have been an actor. they had to support me while i was studying. studying, you know, when i was abroad, during the war." moore's big break came when he was cast as simon templar in the long-running british mystery series "the saint." it lasted six seasons and turned moore into an international star. nat sound:it also showed off his cool demeanor and quick wit - traits he would
catch the eye of albert brocolli -- famed producer of the james bond films.nat sound: "my name is bond. james bond." moore became the third actor to play the spy in the film franchise -- after sean connery and george lazenby. but he's perhaps one of the most memorable -- playing in more bond films than any other. roger moore:"but you get sort of used to it after you have said, "my name is bond, james bond" 400 times." critics would liken its fantasy action sequence with that of star wars. with the arch of an eye-brow, the smooth star's take on bond attracted new audiences. roger moore:"they saw things they didn't see in their everyday life. and then you mix that up with beautiful girls, a great adventure, the old hero story, the white knight." moore would make his final appearance as double-oh-seven in 1985's "a view to a kill"instead, he turned his attention to charity work. he became a unicef goodwill ambassador in 1991 and has participated in campaigns for the animal rights group peta. despite his change in focus, the actor always credited his most famous role for catapulting him to greater influence: roger moore:"i've been terribly lucky. and i don't know why. why i should have been selected to be -- have sort of the luck shine upon them. but i always kept
working. i sort of had some many many happy moments." (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(granti) steve aveson and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. (steve) grant and vicki thank you. britian's terror threat level raised in the wake of the attack following the ariana grande concert. tonight we'll have the latest on the investigation.(pam) and if you or a loved one are planning to fly out of s-f-o this weekend... you better pack your patience. we'll
(pam) with the life of antolin garcia -torres on the line.... the defense paints a picture of troubling past ... as lawyers try to keep him off death row. ( pam 2-shot) there was more emotional testimony as the man convicted in the murder of sierra lamar awaits sentencing by a jury in san jose.hello everyone i'm pam moore..(steve 2-shot)and i'm steve aveson.. as kron four's rob fladeboe reports now, relatives and a longtime friend of antolin garcia torres took the stand in an effort to convince the jury to spare his life.
teresa miyamura/neighbor" they're just talking about him like he's some kind of monster and he's not..."outside the courthouse tuesday, morgan hill resident teresa miyamura explained her earlier testimony that having known antolin garcia torres since he was a baby, she cannot bring herself to believe that he is capable of murder.teresa miyamura/neighbor" i never any violence in him . he loved animals, always playing with kittens and rabbits and dogs, going fishing and always taking care of his sisters.." one of those sisters cried as she told about her love for antolin and about being molested by their father, now in prison, who also abused their mother. but teresa miyamura says none of that rubbed off on antolin.teresa miyamura/neighbor" he was a good kid, always respectful to me, even if i was yelling at him to turn the music down or having a bonfire, i never saw a violent side of him..."also sympathetic toward the defendant, an uncle, a cousin and another neighbor said antolin and his sisters grew up in a house with holes in the wall, bad plumbing and infested with rats. teresa
miyamura, for one, believes that garcia torres ought to be spared the death penalty. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news once the jury reaches its verdict on a sentence we will bring it to you not only on air but online. the best way to be the first to find out is through the kron four mobile app. it is free to download... just make sure to enable the push alert feature so you can be the first to know about breaking news. ( steve ) another big story tonight is the deadly attack at an ariana grande concert in the united kingdom that has left at least 22 people dead and dozens more injured.( pam ) that country's prime minister raised the terror threat to critical... the highest possible ranking. investigators say.. the
attack was likely carried out by a suicide bomber who they have identified as a 22-year-old man. rylee carlson, with our partners at c-n-n... with what witnesses saw. isis claims responsibility for a night of terror in manchester dozens were injured and some killed in an explosion at a concert venue:alexandra rayson/eyewitness: "we heard a loud bang and then there was just silence.// we just saw a stampede of people running to us, shouting to run and get out.jessica pierpoint/eyewitne ss to manchester attack: "people were climbing all over each other. i lost a friend at the time who i was with and i got really, really, really worried, because everybody was in such a rush to leave, to get themselves out and safe." condemnation of the attack was swift:pres. donald trump: "dozens of innocent people, beautiful young children, savagely murdered in this heinous attack upon humanity." theresa may/british prime minister: "all acts of terrorism are cowardly attacks on innocent people. but this attack stands out for it's appalling, sickening cowardice."manchester police
believe the attacker died in the explosion, but they have arrested another man in conjunction with the investigation.hundreds of security personnel have been deployed across the country ... as the u-k tries to come to terms with the tragedy it has experienced.theresa may/british prime minister: "let us remember those who died and let us celebrate those who helped, safe in the knowledge that the terrorists will never win.in manchester, i'm rylee carlson reporting. (pam) at sfo tonight stepped up security in the wake of the manchester attack and a sense of sadness among travelers heading back to the u-k. (steve) kron 4's dan kerman is live at sfo tonight with more. what are you seeing that is different?
sfo on manchester attacks 0523176pkgif you were at sfo on tuesday and saw what looked like beefed up security, it was not your imaginationsot lt. michael caplan/san francisco police 06-12despite the attack, both virgin and british airways were continuing with their regular schedules to both london and manchestersotsome of those born in the uk were clearly on edgesotstill most uk residents say it won't stop them from carrying on sot112/ from traveling
( steve ) there are some major concerts this weekend in the bay area... perhaps none bigger than bottlerock in napa. it starts on friday and goes through sunday. setup is already underway for the festival which is being headlined by the foo fighters, maroon 5 and tom petty... this video is from last year. kron 4 reached out today to see if organizers were making any changes to security following what happened in
manchester. we were told they are working with police to make sure concertgoers are safe. ( steve ) reaction to what happened at the concert has been coming in from all over the world.( pam ) social media is one place people have turned.. to express their shock over what happened. grant lodes is here with what people are saying... this really puts things in perspective grant. ( grant ) we live at a time where it is frequent to see various celebrities and stars post their thoughts. but after what happened at the end of the ariana grande concert... there are few that seem to be thinking bigger picture..not just what happened last night. giants' outfielder hunter pence put out this rather profound tweet this morning. "i'm looking forward to the day i wake up and read there's peace on earth. let's spread some love today. #tuesdaythoug
hts" musician quest love echoed similar thoughts "not trying to #thoughtsandp rayers up a self serving tweet. but that #manchester explosion man...man. the hell is goin on in this world." at san francisco's british grocery "you say tomato" (toe-mott-o) the store is showing it's grief, with a window display depicting the doctor who character the weeping angel.
investigation continues... but clearly there is a sentiment that the world is sadly becoming a darker place. pam. (pam) an unsettling story developing in oakley... on saturday... an 11-year-old boy tells police, a man may have tried to lure him and his younger sister.. while the two were playing on the playground at oakley elementary school. it happened just before eleven that morning... the boy tells investigators, a man drove up and asked the boy if he wanted to go on a ride. police say, the child grabbed his sister and ran off to their parents and other adults with the east county little league. officers showed up quickly, but the man was already gone and right now, police are not sure an actual crime was committed. sgt. robert roberts/oakley police dept.- "it's possible it's a misunderstanding, but no matter what, the child did exactly what children are supposed to do, what they're trained to do by their parents and teachers is, he grabbed his sister and he went to the
staff and reported immediately and we start our investigation. so, kudos to the child for doing the right thing." investigators say they have a good idea of who the man in question is. they are reaching out to him to get his side of the story. ( steve ) this morning, the alameda sherriffs deputies wife facing charges of killing a 3 year old boy in a fatal dui crash entered a plea in court today. yarenit malihan sat behind glass partition in court. cameras were allowed in the proceeding, but malihan stayed behind the glass out of view for the entire hearing, barely speaking up when asked by the prosecutor. the 41 year old east bay mom and wife of an alameda county sheriff's deputy is facing charges for the fatal dui car crash where 3 year old elijah dunn was killed. the judge jail kept the bail at 3 million dollars and she remains in custody. contra costa deputy district attorney alison chandler talked about the charges and what happens next after the hearing.
gross vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence while under the influence. she is also charged with dui being under the influence at the time of death. she plead not guilty and we are back in court june 15, at 8:30." > in court documents, obtained by kron four news, prosecutors had harsh words for the mother calling her quote " major risk to public safety." in this last year, yarenit has been arrested 3 times for being intoxicated, including the fatal dui in september. a live look outside right now...( steve) let's get our first look at the weather with chief meteorologist brittney shipp. ( pam ) planning to travel over
the holiday weekend? the work being done at one bay area airport.. that could lead to serious delays for some travellers.( steve ) and remember how bart wanted to put an end to seat hogs? an update on the ordinance and why no passengers may ever get cited for breaking it.( pam ) but first: a murder mystery in the east bay. why the location and what happened to the victim, are both puzzling to investigators.
( steve )closing arguments began today. . . .in the trial of three santa clara county correctional officers charged with beating a mentally ill inmate to death.the alleged beating happened back in august 20-15. . . michael tyree was found dead in his cell with a ruptured spleen the morning after.jereh lubrin, rafael rodriguez and matthew farris are the alleged deputies. . . who could face life in prison if convicted. the defendants are also facing charges connected to the beating of a second mentally ill inmate. . . on the same night. (pam) a 20- year-old woman from discovery bay was shot to death.... following an argument in richmond... and police say they need help trying to find her killer investigators say, alexandrea sweitzer was shot multiple times last thursday around 8:45-pm ... in the parking lot of the booker t. anderson community center. richmond police say, an unknown person drove her to a local hospital where she later died
police department: "she was dropped off and we don't have any of that information either. that's another reason why we are calling on the public to help. as of right now we are following up on leads but we have not been able to determine why she was here. the incident that we have been able to establish is that there was an argument that escalated. so we are unsure everybody she was connected with during the argument. this is an isolated incident. she more than likely was targeted but we haven't been able to determine why"> police say, so far, they have not found the link between the discovery bay woman and city of richmond. a 'gofundme' page has been set up by the victim's family to help cover the cost of the funeral... which is scheduled for this saturday in the city of brentwood (steve ) travelers flying in and out of s-f-o this busy holiday weekend could experience major cancellations and delays.(pam ) this has nothing to do with the weather forecast for memorial day.... instead, it is related to some past rainy and windy days
kron4's maureen kelly explains. delays and cancellations are in the forecast for this weekend....the reason....sfo will be closing one of it's two main runways for repaving. during previous weekend closures we've seen up to 100 cancellations in a dayand delays on average of 30-90 minutes....the repaving work has been underway since the spring....originally memorial day was not going to be one of the 9 weekends scheduled for the runway to shut down but rain and wind forced cancellations of two of those weekends....and sfo and the airlines want to get the work down before the really busy summer travel time kicks in...so now those flying in on the weekend many consider to the kickoff to summer....will be dealing with winter like flight traffic at sfo. we do this closure we go down from two runways for landing to essentially one so in terms of operational it back it's very similar to the conditions during winter storm in terms of the potential for delays and cancellationsi've got some great things to do i'm in san francisco and losing any time off of this great weekend will
be a real bummer i talked to nancy mcgraw via facetime who is flying into sfo saturday for a mini vacation. seems like they could pick a different time then a busy holiday weekend to get this work done. there's got to be time late at night or during the week when there's less people traveling.the sfo spokesperson says some of the job is done overnight but they really need long stretches of dry weather to do the major work.it's the equivalent of us paving four lanes of highway 101 for 10 miles that's how much it is involved in(maureen) sfo says they are trying to minimize the impact to fliers by keeping the work to the quietest travel time during the holday weekend. the shutdown begins at 10pm friday night and is scheduled to reopen monday morning at 8am....maureen kelly kron4 news. bart's "seat hog" ordinance may be going away before it even takes effect. passed last year, it was
suppose to fine people who take up more than one seat on the trains. kron 4 today asked bart about the status of the ordinance, and a board member responded it has not been implemented yet. in fact, the board is going to reconsider the measure next month and could disappear all together. the ordinance would fine "seat hogs" 100 dollars. concord is going to become the latest bay area city.... to take up the legalization of marijuana for recreational use. the city is going to hold a meeting tomorrow night, to go over its current rules and consider new ones. concord currently has a ban on dispensiaries ... as well as outdoor grows. but with the passage of proposition- 64 last november, it is legal for people to grow six plants at home. cities are allowed to place regulations... when it comes to growing marijuana the meeting is set for 6 p-m tomorrow ... at the city council chambers. police are looking into whether or not four women from
the east bay are behind a string of theft at victoria's secret stores. they were arrested yesterday after running into a store in capitola and then leading police on a chase. officers say the group grabbed about 12-hundred dollars in merchandise in the latest caper. investigators say the women have targeted the capitola store several times over the last several weeks. the suspects' names have not been released. the crime is similar to ones we told you about earlier this year at new park mall in newark. the victoria's secret store there has been hit at least six times since last year. each time, the suspects have all run in and grabbed merchandise before dashing out the mall doors. in some instances the thefts have totaled thousands of dollars. no arrests have been made in those cases. investigators say they may be different groups targeting the newark store because of the descriptions of the getaway car. (pam) chaos erupts in merced county ... when a tanker- truck overturns. . . causing a massive fire and explosions.
it happened just off highway- 99... at around 10- this morning.cal fire officials say, the truck was carrying thousands of gallons of gasoline. they say, the truck ran off the highway... before overturning near applegate road.that then set off a massive fire and a series of fiery blasts. people scrambled out of local businesses... several were evacuated.the truck driver died at the scene.no word yet on what caused the crash. let's take a look outside right now for the current conditions in the bay area... (pam) chief meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now with the forecast. .low clouds continue to hug the coast this afternoon with mostly sunny skies inland. with this, the warmest temperatures persist over
inland areas while cooler temperatures (generally in the upper 50s to lower 60s) are common at the coast. this trend will likely persist into tomorrow, with low clouds spreading inland this evening and into the overnight hours with a marine layer of around 1500 feet in place. however, as the ridge aloft weakens and onshore flow increases, inland locations will see the gradual cooling trend continue into wednesday. with the deepening marine layer, cannot rule out patchy coastal drizzle/mist during the late night and early morning. however, measurable precipitation is highly unlikely.
in monterey county... a massive landslide has covered roughly 15-hundred feet of highway- 1 ... in the big sur area. cal-trans officials say, that section of the highway is now under more than one-million tons of rock and dirt. according to officials -- five smaller landslides combined to make this massive landslide saturday evening. the portion of the slide covering highway -1 is estimated to be 35- to 40- feet deep. cal-trans officials say, they have to wait for the area to become stable to assess the damage. there is no word on when the highway will
reopen. (steve) san rafael police are searching for a man they believe attempted to sexually assault a woman while was sleeping earlier this month. it happened around 2-45 in an apartment complex on cresta way. authorities say the woman woke up to a man shining a flashlight in her eyes. the woman's boyfriend-- who was in the bed with her-- chased after the suspect but lost sight of him once outside. the suspect is described as a white man in his 30s-- about five feet 11 inches tall with short, dark hair. (pam) a stunning story out of the sacramento area. a woman.. is rescued following a car crash into the water. the story a man told police... that nearly cost the woman her life.(steve) and from sewer water to suds. the new technology that is being tried out that may have you wondering where your beer came from.(pam) plus president trump's budget is out. the big changes that are in it and how could really deal a blow to those who
government spends your money. ( pam ) president trump is sending his first budget to congress... and pushing for major changes to social and welfare programs. kron 4's washington correspondent mark meredith is at the white house ... with a closer look. trt: 1:25out: at the white house, i'm mark meredith. 00:14-00:19 - mick mulvaney / white house budget director 00:33-00:38 - sen. sherrod brown / (d) ohio00:41-00:47 - mark meredith / the white house 01:06-01:12 - sen. marco rubio / (r) floridapresident trump calls his budget "a new foundation for american greatness".his plan:spend more money on defenseand less on welfare programsmick mulvaney - the president's budget director- says voters expect change."what were trying to do is sayare these programs being properly used are there instances where they're being abused and can we reform them for the truly needy"mulvaney's wants to shift spending away from medicaid and food stamps. individual states would have to cover those costs.but ohio senator sherrod brown worries people will end up without any help at all."its sort of an upside down budget, i would expect senator portman to work with me to fight against a lot of those cuts to things like meals on wheels, and to food stamps for people who are just barely getting by""but its not
all about spending cuts, director mulvaney tells me he plans to spend a lot more of taxpayers money to build a wall between the us and mexico" "its one of the things the president ran on, its one of the things he intends to deliver, i've made that message clear to congress"the budget does not cut social security or medicare - two of the governments biggest expenses.and that's one of many reasons florida senator marco rubio says this budget needs more work."new bite" congress will get the chance to study the budget on wednesday, when it holds its first hearing about the 2018 plan.at the white house, i'm mark meredith. (steve)a northern california family is praising first responders for rescuing their daughter who was trapped underwater after a suspected dui crash.saturday morning. officers were called to the scene in marysville and found a car flipped into a canal. 27-year-old travis stanton- believed to be the driver- was questioned by officers but told them there was no one else in the car. however,
meggan russell was still trapped inside and emergency responders were almost too late.officers say meggan must have tried to swim up through the trunk for air before nearly drowning. "i could hear someone breathing,""he's my hero. he jumped into the water without a thought about himself, he saved her life" stanton has been arrested on dui charges. he has multiple prior dui charges and was driving on a suspended license at the time of the crash. rapidhere at sfo grief and sadness among travelers heading back to the uk, but most say this will not deter them from continue to travel and live their livessotsadly all over the world these thigns are happening and so we are not apprehensive, we are not nervous life goes on and life should go on the way that it doessotyou cant go back to a country in fear of something happening again because what kind of a life is thatsfo has also beefed up security which
is normal after an international incident. you will see more police and more dogs in the days ahead. at sfo dan kerman kron 4 news rf: here in contra costa county - yarenit malihan the east bay mother and wife of an alameda county sheriffs deputy entered a plea -(she also tried to stay hidden during this court hearing where cameras were allowed to record the proceedings. she entered a not guilty plea . she is charged in the fatal dui crash were 3 year old elijah dunn was killed. malihan remains in custody on a 3 million dollar bail. in the last year, she has had 3 arrests dealing with being under the influence, including the fatal crash. she is back in court in june. here in san jose lawyers for antolin garcia torres, convicted in here in san jose lawyers for antolin garcia
torres, convicted in the murder of sierra lamar, continue to present sympathetic witnesses in the penalty phase of the trial. his sister, an uncle, a cousin and two family friends took the stand, telling of the defendant's difficult upbringing and abusive father. testimony included stories about garcia torres and his siblings brought up in a home infested with rats. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news
firefighters or anyone working in the overnight hoursin sunnyvale will tran kron 4 news"> at sfo delays and cancellations are in the forecast over memorial day weekend.... because of one of the two main runways is being shut down for repaving. originally this weekend was being skipped during the 9 weekend runway closures scheduled but two eariler weekends had to be scrapped because of rain and wind. and the airport and the airlines not want the project to push into the even busier summertime travel season. the shutdown begins at 10pm friday night and is scheduled to reopen monday morning at 8am....maureen kelly kron4 news. chief meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now... .low clouds continue to hug the coast this afternoon with mostly sunny skies inland.
with this, the warmest temperatures persist over inland areas while cooler temperatures (generally in the upper 50s to lower 60s) are common at the coast. this trend will likely persist into tomorrow, with low clouds spreading inland this evening and into the overnight hours with a marine layer of around 1500 feet in place. however, as the ridge aloft weakens and onshore flow increases, inland locations will see the gradual cooling trend continue into wednesday. with the deepening marine layer, cannot rule out patchy coastal drizzle/mist during the late night and early morning. however, measurable precipitation is highly unlikely. (steve) ever wonder where your
boast about the water they use in the beer making process. in arizona they are pioneering a method of making suds... by using wastewater. pima county... which is where the city of tucson is...has set up a mobile purification plant. inside a shipping container the use a five-step filtration process to purify the wastewater. local brewers then take the final product and turn into beer. those behind the project say the water is so pure... brewers will actually need to add minerals to get the desired flavor they want for their beer. the county is planning to take the container on a tour.. in sports... we will take another look at the warriors record- setting run to the n-b-a finals... and check in on the giants and cubs at wrigley field...... and one of the greatest receivers in n-f-l history is at raiders headquarters this week... gary will explain what
last night in san antonio the warriors became the first team in nba history to start the playoffs 12-0 sweeping their wat into the nba finals for the 3rd timethey built a cushion early.. the spurs made a couple of runs only to have the lead increased again thanks to steph curry and kevin durantdurant had 29 points and 12 rebounds curry
had 36 pointsthey will now play cleveland or boston starting a week from thursday in the finalswarriors wner joe lacob said yesterday he'd prefere the cavs because they have "unfinished business"here are klay thompson and curry last night(sot: thompson and curry) "it's incredible. three years in a row is a true accomplishment, and never would have envisioned this when i was drafted so i dolt take it for granted. enjoy it for a couple of days but then get back to what we do." "you have to appreciate the position that you're in because it's never ever guaranteed. that's something we've leaed and i think we can appreciate it without having a bunch of hoopla going on" a rain delay at chicago's wrigley field pushed the giants-cubs game back about an hourright now johnny cueto
vs john lester the raiders finished their 2nd day of offseason training activities oterwise known as o.t.a.'smarshawn lynch our first look at him in a raiders uniformjack del rio taking some time to chat with lynch as he stretchesderek carr fully back after the knee injury looked good working with michael crabtree and amari cooperand calvin johnson "megatron" is a guest at team workouts this weekhe's working with the receivers in an advisory role although del rio wouldn't mind if he could suit johnson up (sot: del rio, donald penn and amari cooper) "big good looking guy. a couple of the coaches were asking, "is he". no he's here as a guest." "calvin;s cool man. i saw him yesterday man.
rookies got to tor the 49ers museum at levi's stadium they got to chec out the team history and all the greats and great moments like dwight clark's famous catchon the more serious front novarro bowman once again coming back from a serious possibly career-ending injury this time an achilles tearnew head coach kyle shanahan said bowman looks great so far (sot: shanhan) ""i thought he's looked real good, kind of what i told you guys the last time i spoke with you. anytime you're coming off an achilles you're waiting for him to ease into it and from what i've seen just watching him, i would have never known that just by watching him. he looks like the guys i've seen on tape over the years." how about levi's stadium as a golf course..today the 49ers announced their home will be turned into a nine-hole golf
print pictures straight from your iphone.(steve) it is called the "prynt pocket." it fits onto your phone and prints out small pictures in about 30- seconds. the prynt pocket holds ten -sheets of paper at a time... and uses inkless paper, so you don't need ink cartridges or toner. the gadget is available for 150- dollars. right now, it only works on i-phones, but the company says, androids will be available by the end of the last weather and goodbye
"the insider," tracking the biggest stories making news today. number one, tragedy outside the ariana grande concert in manchester. >> we were in the arena when we heard a bang. >> as stars react, how parents can ease their kids' fears. >> this is graphic stuff. and we as parents really have to be on our game. then, billy bush breaks his silence. does he understand why he lost his "today" show gig? >> we live in a visual and digital age. we react emotionally. and nuerhree, "this is us" star and "dancing with the stars" superfan lonnie chavis is our finale carpet correspondent. >> i'm nervous. >> can he crack the mirrorball hopefuls? >> i want you to give me the face when they announce you guys as the winners.
plus, your "insider" bonus, j. lo and her "world of dance" squad get personal. >> i don't know that this woman can keep the way she does. and kevin hart drops parenting tips. >> look i'm a great dad. i'm a great dad. >> just don't ask him to help out on diaper duty. >> i'm not going to do none of that. now, "the insider" tracking hollywood from the inside out. it is the worst terrorist attack in britain in over a decade. the world mourning the innocent lives lost outside an ariana grande concert yesterday. >> we are all just trying to make sense of this horrific act. and if you're a parent, how do you talk to your children about it? tracking at number one, coping with the tragedy in manchester. >> we were in the arena when we heard a bang. i had to run for my life. >> why? what's the point?